Bob Engelbrecht tells each of his 60 pilots that a grandmother should feel comfortable flying in a Sundance helicopter. “That’s a huge priority for us,” said Engelbrecht, the company’s CEO. “People want to know that they can fly with confidence.”
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The Republican National Committee will make a technical site visit to Las Vegas on Thursday to help determine whether the city will win the right to host the 2016 convention where the GOP will nominate its presidential candidate.
Nevada’s senators, Harry Reid and Dean Heller, have signed on to a bill to extend the Brand USA public-private partnership to promote tourism.
For most low-frequency international air carriers with flights to McCarran International Airport, it’s all about getting residents of that country to Las Vegas. But there’s a twist with the new Edelweiss Air flights from Zurich — Swiss marketers will be trying to persuade Southern Nevadans to travel to Switzerland.
The next big thing is coming, Las Vegas. At least, that’s what nightlife guru Jon Taffer said while getting ready for his annual Nightclub & Bar Show to open in late March
Lion Fight Promotions, the Las Vegas-based Muay Thai fight promotion company, is taking its stand-up kick and punch strike show on the road for the first time.
As more states acknowledge same-sex marriages and tourism entities recognize the value of marketing to the gay community, police and security forces need to expand their policies to be sensitive to providing a safe environment for gay travelers, a speaker at a security conference said Thursday.
EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. — The first United Airlines flight landed at Atlantic City International Airport from Chicago on Tuesday, signaling what transportation officials hope will be a new era of prosperity for the struggling facility and the gambling resort it serves.
The High Roller opened for business Monday five days after Clark County officials certified the wheel’s safety and operating and safety procedures and granted the Linq’s management team an operating permit.
Las Vegas is getting smaller. That is, if you call 1,600-room and 1,100-room Strip hotels “boutique” properties. By the end of the year, Las Vegas will have about a half-dozen hotel-casinos that operators classify as “boutique,” “luxury” or “lifestyle” in their marketing efforts.